The GAA's disciplinary process is under the spotlight following the suspensions handed out to Davy Fitzgerald and Kieran McGeeney.
Laois senior hurling manager Eamonn Kelly is hoping that former All-Ireland winning Armagh footballer Oisin McConville's experience can rub off on his players.
Davy Fitzgerald is not the only high profile manager in hot water with the GAA's disciplinary chiefs as Armagh's Kieran McGeeney has been handed a proposed 12-week ban.
Antrim's footballers have hit out at their County Board in a strongly-worded statement signed by all 35 members of their squad.
Galway issued a statement of intent in the league final against Tipperary while Meath and Laois enjoyed Leinster SHC successes. Here's our hurling team of the week...
The GAA have confirmed the times and venues for Saturday's second round Christy Ring and Nicky Rackard Cup games following yesterday's draws.
President Michael D. Higgins joined in on the Galway league celebrations...
"No, I can't explain it. That was the worst performance we've had in the length of time I've been looking after these boys!"
The draws have been made for the second rounds of the Christy Ring and Nicky Rackard Cups.
Donegal's first victory over Armagh in 17 years was the standout result in the opening round of Nicky Rackard Cup.
The Club Players' Association (CPA) has held talks with both the GAA and GPA over reform of the playing schedule.
It's a busy schedule of hurling this weekend with Galway and Tipperary facing off in Sunday's Allianz League Division 1 final. Here we preview all 13 games down for decision.
Manager Sylvester McConnell is unhappy that Armagh were expected to play an Ulster hurling final six days before their Nicky Rackard Cup opener.
Pat McEnaney says county teams that receive a high number of black cards only have themselves to blame.
After a very successful first year, the Celtic Challenge returns for the second year with a new title sponsor - Bank of Ireland.
Joe Kernan has led the tributes to long-serving Armagh defender Andy Mallon who has brought the curtain down on his inter-county career.
Eamonn Burns says Down and Armagh will go at each other hammer and tongs in the first round of the Ulster SFC.
League finalists Tipperary and Galway both have six representatives on our team of the week following their respective semi-final wins yesterday...
It seems a recent comment made by Armagh forward Cathal Carvill was the motivation behind Antrim's facile Ulster SHC final victory.
Davy Fitz features prominently in this week's round-up of Twitter activity...
"I won't do it again if that's any consolation."
It was all one-way traffic in Owenbeg today as Antrim coasted to an Ulster SHC 16 in-a-row at Armagh's expense.